Hope for peace in Afghanistan, everyone's eyes on this American effort
Hope for peace in Afghanistan, everyone's eyes on this American effort

Washington: President Donald Trump on Friday said that the US has resumed peace talks with the Taliban. He said, "We are working on an agreement with the Taliban." Trump had last held talks with the terrorist organization in September.

According to media reports, Trump informed of the resumption of talks with the Taliban after the release of American and Australian professors. "Let's see what happens," he said at a program on Fox News. The Taliban on Tuesday handed over Kevin King of America and Timothy Weeks of Australia to American forces in Afghanistan. Both of them were professors at American University in Kabul.

For your information, let us know that in August 2016, he was abducted by gunmen in army uniform. In exchange for his release, the Afghan government had released three terrorists of the Haqqani network associated with the Taliban. The Taliban also released ten Afghan soldiers this week. After this step of interchange of prisoners, peace talks between the US and Taliban were expected to resume.

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